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Crumb


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I have multiple pro teams that are my favorites and players that are my favorites, but there is only one absolute favorite. That's the Buckeyes, Ohio is my home, and I'm a Buckeye forever.

Favorites

  • SPORTS MOMENT: A tie between being at the Shoe at the end of an undefeated season in 2012 and watching Cie Grant seal the National Championship win in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl and Ezekiel Elliot's final score to put away the 2015 National Championship Game.
  • COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYER: Matt Wilhelm and Zach Boren
  • COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYER: Ron Lewis and Evan Turner
  • NFL TEAM: Cincinnati Bengals and anyone but the Steelers
  • NHL TEAM: Detroit Red Wings and Columbus Blue Jackets
  • NBA TEAM: None, I just root for the former Buckeyes
  • MLB TEAM: Cincinnati Reds and Atlanta Braves
  • SOCCER TEAM: Columbus Crew

Recent Activity

Comment 4 hours ago

'Why I'm now jealous of my friend who is going to U of H this fall.' I seriously have a friend going there soon, lucky dog.

Comment 4 hours ago

It may have been said already, and some may call it cliché, but my favorite vacations are fall Saturdays in Ohio Stadium in Columbus. There is no place I'd rather be, and when the Buckeyes win, all is right in the world. I'd rather be on the cold banks of the Olentangy in November watching the Buckeyes beat that team up north, then on a tropical beach paradise in the Caribbean.

Comment 4 hours ago

This picture is a good example of why I should stick with my policy of only going to games in the Shoe, if I were either of those guys on the left of the picture, I'd be starting a fight. Like Woody said before his last game, if they wanted to re-fight the Civil War, I'd oblige em!

Comment 4 hours ago

Honestly I think If we win a title in 95 or 96 that Coach Coop retires around the time he was fired.

Comment 9 hours ago

Part of me says the 2010 Wisconsin game. That way Bert never beat us. But also I think if we were undefeated that year we play and beat Auburn in the NC and then the NCAA is hands off any ticky tack 'infractions' like they were about SCam Newton, cause he was guilty as sin and they looked the other way cause they would've too much of a mess to deal with. I think Tress would've still retired (maybe after 2011) but 'tat-gate' would've been largely swept under the rug.

Comment 9 hours ago

Wasn't around then, but that's a good call BuckFly! I think if the Bucks win that game Woody retires that year, undefeated and a National Champion, not having to literally go down swinging.

Comment 9 hours ago

I was in the Shoe for Tressel's last game there and I watched him beat ttun by 30! They can eat it!

Comment 9 hours ago

I think I'm with you Buckskin. Eddie George's Heisman year would have then been a B1G Championship year and maybe even a National Championship year. Autry ran on USC a lot in the 95 Rose Bowl and I think Eddie could have broke his own record. So The War 95 I'd change... but I'm also thinking similar about 96...

Comment 11 hours ago

Having purchased and watch all three, I can tell you that Hove is right (as usual) and it is a sound investment that may just save your sanity.

Comment 02 Mar 2015

The greatest part of this question is, we're Buckeyes, we've been able to enjoy all FOUR of those amazing running backs!

Comment 01 Mar 2015

This gif makes me want to shoot my computer screen! Freaky as all get out!

Comment 01 Mar 2015

That's awesome. That's gotta be cool to see any Buckeyes from any of the sports out in public. The closest I've ever been to anything like that was my best friend saw David Pollack at the gym the one year the guy played for the Bengals.